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After holding an initial Make It Driveable event in Tel Aviv in 2015, the Ford team decided that returning to Israel was critical.
Ride sharing service is running a pilot of UberNight in Tel Aviv where it says passengers only pay to help cover the expense of the ride.
The party will, however, be able to continue to drive a bus through most of Israel with activists and banners calling for public transportation on Shabbat.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Speaking at a conference on Tuesday, Labor head Avi Gabbay stated that the Labor party will work to legalize public transportation in Israel.
By URI BOLLAG
"During the Netanyahu's reign, millions of Israelis who use the public transportation 'enjoy' services apt for a Third World country," Avi Gabbay said.
By ALON EINHORN
Users will be able to order the shuttle from a Bubble smartphone application, and will then be requested to head to a nearby bus station, where they will be collected by a Bubble vehicle.
By EYTAN HALON
Since Cobi's decision to operate public transportation in the city on Saturday, threats to the mayor's life have increased.
The light rail system, one of the largest and costliest projects in Jerusalem’s history at an estimated NIS 30 billion, will at completion offer eight lines covering the entire city.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Tiberias Mayor Ron Cobi, known for his anti-haredi rhetoric, allowed buses to operate on the Jewish day of rest
By HAGAY HACOHEN
Inside the terminal connecting the capital to the country.
By NATHAN EDELSON
The line will run entirely overground and will connect to the Red Line, currently under construction, and the Green Line, where work is due to start next month.
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